“Goldman Sachs Group Inc. got $38.3 million and Deutsche Bank AG $9.3 million for underwriting the largest-ever bond sale by a company, Tuesday’s $17 billion offering by Apple Inc.,” Mike Cherney reports for The Wall Street Journal.

Cherney reports, “The other banks in the deal sold smaller amounts of bonds and got smaller fees Citigroup Inc., J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. and the Merrill Lynch unit of Bank of America Corp. each took 2.5% of the deal, which means $1.3 million in fees, and Barclays and Standard Chartered each took 1.5%, putting them in line for fees of $798,750.”

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